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you. and you are changing the world in preventing this from happening to other people. we are unifying to do everything we can so this does not happen again. do you want to add anything? thank you. >> we are here in washington, of course, and you mention that the violence against women act was just reauthorized. what would you say is the next political priority for you in washington or in state legislatures? >> for me? there is a lot to be dealt with, isn't there. for me, we have our focus right now on the rape kit backlog. we are going to stay focused and we certainly are very ambitious, as you have heard what joyful heart wants to do and we want to partner with other organizations. we are not going to stop until we do. for me, right now, the most important thing is about educating and locking arms with people so they don't say, what can i do? theyt people to know what can do and feel empowered and realize how much power they do have to say something. to speak up for somebody. and hopefully, with -- what the symbol is, i think the breast cancer analogy is so beautiful to me. when i se
and to change of heart, is always an unthinking me too. of thet is a dismal idea role of the child. i think it rises to the surface in these stories. so the collective on the us back, the jungle of knoll is denigrated, but the primary narrative portrays both of these that sort of the affirmative and the negative aspects of nation and group could -- and group hood. they are both united by a common purpose. but on reflection, the societies are more similar than different. and i think the secondary narrative sick just the troubling impulses and it falls of collective life, the pressure toward consensus, the inability of questions, the failure to speak in meaningful ways. but most troubling of all, i think in both cases come in casehooville and newal, of children who are conscripted into the cause and valued precisely for the confirm it he -- for their conformity. i want to discuss hearing and what we should make of our hero horton. does he tell us about individual and collective bodies and voices and about the importance of children and their roles relative to the larger society, but even rela
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